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Cricket World Cup Betting at Betiton™ NZ

Last Updated: 19-07-2022 09:03

The Cricket World Cup—or, as it’s officially known, the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup—is an international tournament of One Day cricket. Moreover, it’s one of the most important events that happens in the entirety of the sport, which is why Cricket World Cup betting is as popular as it is!

In fact, it can easily be described as the most prestigious One Day championship of all. The championship is organised by the ICC (the International Cricket Council, the global governing body for cricket) and takes place every 4 years.

This makes it the perfect opportunity to enjoy some cricket betting on our platform! In fact, our sportsbook is packed to the brim with wagers on this championship! This is great news for our Kiwi bettors, who we know love to bet on cricket.

However, if you’re new to cricket betting, sports betting, and/or the Cricket World Cup, then there are some things that you need to know. Thankfully for our Kiwi bettors, we’ll be going over everything that you need to know on this page.

What Are Cricket World Cup Betting Markets?

Cricket World Cup betting markets are what you’ll be using to wager on the illustrious championship. In other words, these are the wagers that we make available on our sportsbook and which you’ll be using when placing bets on the championship.

With every market, there’s a number associated with it. These numbers are the odds of the markets. This is an important concept that we’ll be explaining in more detail further done. For now, however, we’ll be looking at some examples of what markets we provide.

5 Most Popular Cricket World Cup Markets

  • Outright Winner: with this market, you’ll be betting on who you think is going to take home the entire tournament.
  • 1st Wicket Method: here, you’ll betting on how the first wicket is going to be taken in the match.
  • Tied Match: you need to wager on whether the match will end in a draw with this market.
  • Winner Full Time: rather than betting on who is going to take home the championship, you need to bet on which team you think is going to win the match.
  • To Win the Toss: finally, this market is exactly what you expect it to be; when betting on this market, you need to guess which team is going to win the coin toss.

How to Bet on the Cricket World Cup at Betiton™?

Before you can make use of our available wagers on the Cricket World Cup, you’re going to need to create an account with us here at Betiton™. Not to worry, however, as we’ve made the process of creating an account with us quite straightforward.

In fact, all you need to do is click on the red “JOIN” button and fill the fields with the required details. Once that’s done, you can click on “OPEN ACCOUNT“, and you’re good to go! Afterwards, you’re going to need to make a deposit.

Here at Betiton™, we provide plenty of trustworthy and secure payment methods for our players to use. That means that your deposits and withdrawals are 100% safe on our platform. Finally, when you’ve made your deposit, you can bet on the championship:

  1. Go to the “cricket” section on our sportsbook;
  2. There, click on the “All Leagues” tab and look for “World Cup 2023“;
  3. This takes you to all of our currently available wagers on the championship;
  4. Feel free to browse the wagers that we offer until you find the ones that you would like to play the most;
  5. Once you’ve decided on which wagers you’d like to play, simply click on them and they’ll show up on the betting slip on the right-hand side of the screen;
  6. Of course, you’re more than welcome to choose multiple wagers at once, as well as placing these wagers live;
  7. After you’ve selected your wagers, you can choose how much you’d like to bet by adjusting your stake on the betting slip;
  8. Once you’re satisfied with both your chosen wagers and your stake, click on “PLACE BETS“;
  9. Enjoy your first bet on the Cricket World Cup at Betiton™ for Kiwi Bettors!

Before Placing Your First Bet On the Cricket World Cup: What Do You Need to Know?

When making your first deposit as well as your first bet on the Cricket World Cup, you can claim our new player bonus. This is a $10 extra bet that we give to you as a way of thanking you for becoming a member on our platform.

However, do bear in mind that this bonus comes with a number of conditions that you’ll need to abide by when claiming it. For this reason, we strongly suggest that our New Zealander players read both our T&Cs and our bonus policy.

What Is the Format of the Cricket World Cup?

The format of the Cricket World Cup has never been constant in the years that the competition has been around. In fact, the format was first changed from the original in 1992—barely 20 years from the first edition of the championship in 1975.

However, the 2023 edition of the championship is going to use the “league format”. Thus, the tournament is going to be played in a round-robin format followed by 2 knockout rounds. 10 nations are going to participate in the next edition of the championship.

Moreover, a total of 48 matches are to be played in the 2023 edition of the championship. Thus, the championship will have all 10 nations playing each other with the 4 best teams then progressing to 2 semi-finals. The 2 winners then go to the tournament final.

Following the customary coin-toss to decide who bats first, each side has 50 overs of 6 balls to amass the largest score. After this upcoming edition, however, the format is going to change once again. The championship will be reverting to the Super Sixes format.

How Do Countries Qualify for the Tournament?

The World Cup is open to all members of the ICC. This means that 32 countries are going to take part in the qualification stage of the championship. However, the format of the qualification process will be different for this edition.

Rather than teams automatically qualifying depending on their rank, they are distributed into 3 different leagues. These leagues are the Super League, the League 2, and the Challenge League. The nations are to be distributed like so:

  • 13 nations go to the Super League;
  • 7 nations are sent to the League 2;
  • and 12 nations are going to the Challenge League.

Depending on how the nations fare in these leagues, they will either directly qualify in the championship, or qualify to supplementary qualifying tournaments. Through these supplementary tournaments, nations can also potentially qualify to the championship.

At the same time, a promotion and relegation system is in place between these leagues. Finally, since this league system is the first of its kind, the nations were sorted according to their ICC and ODI ranks, and their rank from the 2017-2019 ICC World Cricket League.

When & Where Will the 2023 Cricket World Cup Take Place?

The 13th edition of the men’s Cricket World Cup is scheduled to be hosted by India from October to the 26th of November, 2023. The 2023 championship will be the very first time that the competition is held solely in India.

The championship was originally set to be played between 9th February and 26th March but it had to be postponed. Finally, the actual matches have yet to be announced. Thus, do check this page when the dates of the championship are closer.

Who Are the Favourites to Win the Cricket World Cup?

With so many excellent nations participating in the Cricket World Cup, you know that the competition will be tight. However, a number of teams nearly always appear to be the favourites of the championship years ahead of the actual tournament.

First of which is the Indian team. The Men in Blue can easily be considered one of the best teams on the planet. And it’s no wonder, considering the cultural investment that India has in the sport! Next up there is the English team.

It should come as no surprise that England is considered one of the top favourites of the championship, especially since they basically invented the sport. However, do bear in mind that they have only taken home the prestigious championship once, in 2019.

The Australian team also appears as one of the favourites for the championship. In fact, the Aussie team is one of the best in the entirety of the sport, especially when you consider how many times they have won the championship.

Last but not least, there is New Zealand’s national team which also appears as one of our top favourites. This comes on top of their recent success in the competition, where they were the runners-up for 2 consecutive years—that is, in 2015 and 2019.

It is worth bearing in mind that as the 2023 edition of the tournament is a relatively long time in the future, these odds are likely to change. So for the very latest odds on the championship as well as a wealth of fantastic offers, be sure to pay Betiton™ a visit!

What Are Cricket World Cup Betting Odds?

Odds are the numbers that you’ll see next to each market that we provide on the Cricket World Cup. These numbers are important for a couple of reasons: firstly, they tell you how much money you can receive if the bet you made is successful.

Secondly, they also tell you the probability of the bet actually being a winner. Thus, odds are extremely helpful when choosing which wagers you should play. This is why it’s imperative that you can understand what these numbers tell you.

Understanding the Different Odds Formats

The first step in understanding odds is knowing that they come in 3 different formats. These formats are: decimal, fractional, and American. Whilst these formats may seem quite different, in reality there are only 2 main differences between them.

The first difference is where these formats happen to be used the most. The second one is how they represent the odds. Other than these differences, these formats are completely interchangeable. Thus, using one over the other is merely a matter of a preference.

Finally, each format has its own way of being understood. We have taken it upon ourselves to provide you with a detailed guide on how to understand the different odds formats, which you can find by clicking on the hyperlink.

What Are Cricket World Cup Betting Tips?

Cricket World Cup betting tips are pieces of advice on which teams you should back in the prestigious tournament. These are given by so-called “tipsters”, sports experts who spend a lot of time analysing various factors in order to give their predictions.

After coming to their conclusions, tipsters will provide their tips to bettors like you that are in need of betting assistance. Not all tipsters are the same as some of them offer their tips for free whilst others give them at a price.

Where Can You Find Tips on the Cricket World Cup?

Finding tips on the Cricket World Cup is an easy matter of looking them up on your preferred search engine. On the other hand, our best tips are to always gamble responsibly; never bet more than you can afford to lose; and make time for other important things in your life.

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FAQs

Which countries play World Cup cricket?

There have been a total of 20 countries that managed to qualify in the Cricket World Cup. Of these countries, 7 have always participated in the championship, which are: Australia, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and the West Indies. There are a number of other nations that regularly participate in the championship as well, including Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Ireland, and South Africa.

Which countries have won the Cricket World Cup?

So far, there have been only 6 counties that have taken home the illustrious championship. These are: Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Australia, West Indies, India, and England.

Which country has won the most World Cups in cricket?

The most successful country in the Cricket World Cup would definitely be Australia, who has emerged victorious from the championship a total of 5 times.

Which country has never won a World Cup in one day international?

Of the teams that have qualified for the championship, only 6 have actually taken home the entire tournament. This means that there are 12 countries who have never triumphed in the championship. These are: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Canada, East Africa, Ireland, Kenya, Namibia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Scotland, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, and Zimbabwe.

Who won the Cricket World Cup 2019?

The 2019 edition of the was taken home by England, who defeated New Zealand in the final.

How many times did New Zealand win the cricket World Cup?

New Zealand has yet to win the championship, but they’ve been runners-up in 2015 and 2019.

How many Cricket World Cups have there been?

The first Cricket World Cup was held in 1975 and has been held every 4 years from then. This means that there have been 12 editions of the competition.

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